The life of an Aberdeen woman who helped reveal the hidden mysteries of ancient Egypt will be celebrated at a new city attraction.
Hall of Heroes
The council has today confirmed work on Provost Skene's House will get under way later this month.
An opposition councillor has today said he is “anxious” to assess the condition of Aberdeen's historic Provost Skene’s House.
The project, which would involve internal works to transform the building into a Hall of Heroes, is expected to be completed by autumn 2020.
Work to revamp the historic Provost Skene’s House will begin this summer.
The opening date for a new Aberdeen attraction has been pushed back again – and the budget for the work is £2.3 million more than originally anticipated.
Council bosses are in the process of appointing a contractor to transform one of Aberdeen’s oldest buildings into a tourist attraction.
Plans to reopen one of Aberdeen’s oldest buildings as a museum featuring a Hall of Heroes have taken a major step forward.
Council chiefs have applied for listed building consent ahead of carrying out a multi-million-pound renovation of Provost Skene House.
Votes have been pouring in from the public for a Hall of Heroes that will form part of a new Aberdeen attraction.